SACC at Work 3/5/13
March 6th, 2013
Peak Trophy & Engraving
39120 Proctor Blvd
March 20th, 2013
Sandy Library Community RoomMeet new people and support
your local businesses. It is a great
time for networking, door prizes and refreshments.Remember to bring a dollar for the 50/50 raffle!
Half of the proceeds are used to “adopt” a local family in December.
Brown Bag Lunches
Thursday March 28th
Topic: “How Promotional Items Improve Business
& Increase Profit”
Speaker: Eric Torgerson of Logo Xing
Free To Members
$5.00 Non MembersWe all know how important it is to promote our business… but it’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the idea and options out there. Plus, promotions are really expensive, right?Not necessarily… Eric is going to share the basics of brand recognition along with giving you some powerful and cost-effective ways to stay in touch with your customers. With more than six years of experience with hundreds of different types of businesses, Eric is a master of creating fun, memorable ways to reach you’re your potential and existing customers.Eric’s presentations are always fun and inspiring. Join us for our March Brown Bag Lunch & Learn on March 28th–and take the next step in growing your business—sooner rather than later.
Lunch with a Lawyer – Most overlooked business issues you should know about
Speaker: Jay McRostie of Young Twedt & McRosite
March 13th 2013
Place: Sandy Fire Department Annex Bldg
17459 Bruns Ave
$12.00 Luncheon Buffet by Wong’s King
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Sandy Kiwanis Annual Easter Egg Hunt
One of the main features of the hunt is for children to find a “Golden Egg” which can be redeemed for a stuffed Easter Bunny. Sandy Kiwanis is asking for ddonations to help purchase these bunnies. If you choose to be a sponsor, your business card will be attached to a plush Easter Bunny’s ear with a note asking each lucky child to contact you and thank you for your donation to Kiwanis and for the parents to please patronize
your business establishment.For More information or to pick up a form, stop by the Chamber office.
10 Ways to Ignite Your Workspace Mojo
Whether you’re a business owner, an office worker or have a computer set up in the corner of the kitchen, you probably want to find ways to be more productive as you work.
Paula Springer, owner of Key Elements, led our Brown Bag Learning Lunch in February and makes these 10 recommendations for anyone wanting to work more efficiently and effectively:
- Take care of yourself. Really, if your body gives out, you’re not worth much to anyone. You are the most valuable part of your business. Get an ergonomic assessment for your computer, desk and chair; take deep breaths during the day; drink lots of water (2 liters a day) and take periodic breaks, especially if you’re on the computer for long stretches.
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